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business edidentitior liz mcdonalted. >> does kim jong-un have to follow through on all of his threats to save face? i spray painted the word dork on stewart varny's door for the same reason . what the yoga and easter egg roll and what does jim carrey think of fox news and where i am getting loaded after the show. >> my dressing room. >> hit the margarita or tequilla bottle. >> we'll see you in a bit. we'll welcome our gests. she's so hot. criminal defense attorney reny spencer and i will meet you, too. and polarity was an air horn, it would be comedian joe derosa and recording his new album in the laughing skull in atlanta april 4th through 7th. i hope it is it a great title but it won't. paris is considered a flower pot . so tough he rents himself out as construction equipment. oh, yeah, sitting next to me u.s. army special forces. i am getting scared. terry chapert. that's the first. am telling hr, you will not let him out of here, greg. >> get used to it and he pulled the trigger to make himself look bigger. north korea continue to bluster . concern that north korea kim jong-un is
north of harming peace and stability. the north's new young leader, kim jong-un, has been threatening to attack the south and the u.s. on an almost daily basis. angered by tough new u.s.-led sanctions that followed the third nuclear test in the north. he's also denounced routine u.s./south korean military exercises which included two nuclear capable b-2 stealth bombers. south koreans have become used to the threats from across the border, but the shear volume and violence of the recent rhetoric has people on edge. i'm very afraid and scared, says this woman. though younger south koreans largely shrug it off, this one saying there is a slim chance war will break out. many in the south are now focused on the operations of a vast industrial zone, in calsong, just across the dmz, where 124 south korean companies directly employ more than 50,000 north korean workers. it's a big source of foreign currency for the north. it's weathered many ups and downs in relations and is seen as a barometer of the north's intentions beyond the rhetoric. today the north threatened to shut it do
images of dictator kim jong un studying a series of charts allegedly containing plans for a strike on the u.s. mainland. elizabeth pran is live. are we hearing from the white house on this? >> we are. white house announcing a legally coast rhetoric and the threats are more of a familiar pattern. new reports of fighter jets are arriving in south korea for joint exercises, latest demonstration meant to deter from pyongyang. they conducted annual air power drills that did include b-2 stealth bombers. chairman spoke about the country's bullying language this morning. >> i wouldn't be that concerned about them in the mainland u.s. right now or even in the u.s. territory. i think the real threat is to what north korea might be boxing itself into. >> reporter: he went on to say there is no purpose to have direct talks with the leader and staff comparing them to an organized crime family running the territory. >> heather: so kim jong un he has listed a number of other threats. what else is he demanding? >> reporter: the young leader is threatening to close one of the biggest sources of emp
" and mara liasson. kim jong-un was quoted on friday as ordering the missile units to be ready to strike the united states and south korea and this photo was released and he met with top north korean generals throwing the direction of the missiles hitting major american cities. bill, what is his game? >> who knows but it is not good. he has murdered and starved millions of their own people, that regime, and proliferated nuclear weapons. who can forget the israeli strike by north korea? if you discount them, saying they are attainable, they can proliferate weapons of mass destruction and iran and north korea have a relationship and north korea is short of cash and they could sell the weapons to terrorist groups so the threat of north korea is very real. >> why are they ratcheting up the tension? >> the explanation is it helps stabilize or secure his situation at home and maybe that is true but the degree to which he has created, he could think high is playing cute games like his father and grandfather and they can pull back at a key moment but south korea and japan are sitting there, they
that perhaps kim jong-un, the north korean leader, heard the messages being sent by beijing, by russia, and so many others to dial it all back, to try to tone down the rhetoric that was calling for war, a nuclear conflict on the peninsula, even rockets going to the mainland united states. at the same time, some north korean experts were warning that kim jong-un was taking it too far. he was whipping up so much fervor for war inside north korea that when he had to back down, he could lose face, or worse yet, he would have to make good on some of his threats. what is sure at this point is that in the coming days and hours, everyone from washington, to beijing, from seoul to moscow, are going to be waiting, watching, and listening carefully for what comes from pyongyang. back to you. >> all right. jim, thank you very much. >>> the man behind all these threats, kim jong-un, a young leader who since taking the reins from his father further isolated the country from the rest of the world. one describes it as an organized crime family with a blood line of brutal leaders. athena jones has more on new
and charles lane, of the "washington post." well, kim jong-un the young leader of north korea was quoted friday as ordering his missile units to be ready to strike the u.s. and south korea, and the photo was released. kim meeting with top north korean generals with a chart showing the trajectory of their missiles, hitting major american cities. what is his game? bill? >> who knows but it's not good. i mean, murdered, starved millions of their own people, that regime and now, proliferated nuclear weapons, and, once again, the israeli strike on the syrian nuclear weapons plant in 2007, that was given to them by north korea. and, even if you discount north korea, they are containable and will not destroy the regime by attacking us, they can proliferate weapons of mass destruction and nuclear weapons and missiles and iran and north korea have a relationship and now, is short of cash and can sell the weapons to terrorist groups and the threat of north korea is very real. >> chris: why do you think they -- he is ratcheting up the tension. >> the explanation is it helps stabilize and secure the
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of kim jong-un who rose to power a year ago following his father's death. he finds himself in a power struggle with south korea's first female leader. mr. kim appears to be more of an ex pro vert than his dad. however under his father's watch more south koreans were killed and 19 injured after a shelling incident in 2010. or will he be more like the grandfather he resembles known for his saber rattling and ruling with an iron first. >> can you say anything with certainty about kim jong-un? >> we know he's a leader, a young leader who was recently engaged in provocative talk and provocative action. >> reporter: while u.s. officials don't expert another immediate show of u.s. military force, they are keeping all optioned on the table. david. >> thank you. >>> to paris this evening where a bomb threat created terrifying moments at the famed eiffle tower. this picture snapped at the scene after authorities got an anonymous phone call. they searched with bomb snifg dogs and no bomb wasp found. >>> now so south africa, the icon spending a fourth night in the hospital there rushed because of
out. still, south korea and washington are taking the threats by kim jong-un seriously. >> even if he may be bluffing he's obviously listening to hard liners. every time there's a new south korean president they test them with a military provocation. >> reporter: tension in the region is nothing new. they have technically been in is a ate of war for of -- state of war for 60 years, but on a border island residents are nervous. [ speaking foreign language ] this 83-year-old says my heart is beating hard every day. worrying what if they attack here again. >> reporter: pyongyang is also threatening to shut down an industrial area the two nations share. [ people chanting ] this latest wave of tension comes after the united states flew two stealth bombers over the korean peninsula. friday kim jong-un met with military leaders and put the country's missiles on standby ready to attack u.s. military bases in the region. erica ferrari for cbs news. >>> experts say there's no evidence north korea has missiles capable of hitting the united states' mainland. >>> and today is the 40th anniversary
making process. obviously, there's a lot of speculation. people are wondering, did kim jong-un get the message that was delivered by china, by russia, and so many others, to dial back the rhetoric and all the talk of near war on the peninsula, missile strikes on the continental united states. did he hear that message? is that why we're seeing all of this? even some north korean experts say kim jong-un was painting himself into a corner with all of that. he was whipping up so much national fervor and getting people geared up to go to war that it could backfire on him. he could lose credibility or even worse, he can find himself in a position where he had to make good on some of those threats in order to maintain a standing in the eyes of his own people. there's little doubt, at this point, that over the course of the next hours and days, all eyes from washington to beijing, from here in seoul to moscow, are going to be on north korea and kim jong-un to try to see what he does say, to try to listen closely and find out what the next move of pyongyang will be. alison? >> okay, jim cla
down. but we, again, don't know how far kim jong-un will push. >> okay, martha, thanks very much. >>> let's give more on this mpw from congressman peter king and you have seen intelligence. you can't divulge all of the intelligence. but north korea has been talking about reaching the united states with missiles, is that an empty threat? >> it isn't an empty threat. i wouldn't be concerned of them hitting the mainland. i think the real threat is to what north korea might be boxing itself into. kim jong-un's trying to establish himself, trying to be the tough guy, he's 28, 29 years old. and he keeps going further and further out. my concern would be, is that he may launch some sort of attack on south korea or in the pacific. then the president of korea, the new president is much more new president is much more pro-westerner than her predecessor. and, so, she may respond against north korea, then we end up with -- >> it just spirals out of control. there are no direct contacts between the white house and the north korean leadership. we saw dennis rodman a couple of weeks ago, that k
was broadcast on north coringan state television, following an urgent meeting called by kim jong-un to put strategic rocket units on standby. the missiles are not capable of reaching the u.s., but former ambassador chris hill says there's concern about jim ongoing unounce others desire to prove himself. >> the north koreans have doubts whether this kid is up to this. >> ama: analysts believe the threats are aimed at drawing washington into talks to. >>> governor jerry brown declared today "welcome home vietnam veterans day" in california. today the city of san jose unveiled a memorial to the 142 native servicemen who lost their lives in the conflict. emotional family members and veterans are thankful for the black granite memorial, although many believe the hours long overdue. >> should have been done a long time ago. it's powerful for those who have been to vietnam. a lot of veterans, and some from the vietnamese army and some from the navy, air force, maybe even coast guard. >> ama: the sons of san jose monument was built entirely by volunteers and is located east of hb pavilion. >> ahea
, kim jong-un, directed at both the southern neighbor and the united states. there are close to 30,000 american troops in south korea, and tonight there are fears one misstep by either side could ignite a powder keg. nbc's ian williams is in south korea tonight with reaction. >> reporter: lester, north korea has continued to ratchet up the pressure, today declaring what it described as a state of war on the korean peninsula. the announcement came on state television, adding that south korea would now be dealt with according to wartime regulations. students were shown marching to wartime songs. it's not clear what exactly the latest threat means. technically, there's been a state of war on the peninsula for 60 years. there hadn't been a peace treaty at the end of the korean war. a spokesman for the south korean
that the u.s. and south korean governments have displayed to make sure that kim jong un does not make reckless miscalculations. >> he may also be following a pattern used by his father. >> the fact that his threats have not worked may prompt him to take more actions. the key thing now for south korea and the international community is to convince them that he will have more to lose if you follow that path. around 60 members of the complex clan have held a rally in memphis, angry over a decision to rename public parks that had been named for leading figures in the southern confederacy. the mayor says that the city made the best of a difficult situation. >> we in this region took what could have been the worst of times and turned it into the best of times in terms of showing that we can tolerate dissent. >> israel has begun pumping natural gas from the fields. ae prime minister called it historic moment for them nation. spring is in the air for the northern hemisphere. is actingthe climate differently. >> on a cold morning sue and her for signs searching of spring in this forsythia bush
of kim jong-un among sparked alarm, and china, their ally, urged restraint. >> this serves the common interests of all parties and also responsibilities. we hope that relevant parties will work together in pushing for a turnaround of a tense situation. >> the north korean war talk has especially unsettled people in the south, but some see it as a bluff. taking akorea is strong stance, but i do not think they will get anywhere with this behavior. i think they have to come to the negotiation table for talks. doubt northexperts korea has the capability to hit targets on the u.s. mainland or pacific territories, but u.s. bases in south korea are within range. >> good friday ceremonies in rom where held for the first time by pope francis. they were joining him for the way of the cross which will, commemorating the final hours of jesus between his sentencing and crucifixion. many of the prayers focused on the plight of christians in the middle east and expressed hopes of peace. at st. peter's basilica, pope francis reminded worshipers of the suffering of christ. he underscored the message w
kim jong-un declared the korean peninsula was in a state of of war. we had a presence there and have had since fighting in the korean war ended in a cease-fire in 1953 with no official peace treaty there. and holding trills and the b-2 bombers just left and now we're learning that f-22 fighter jets arrived for more joint exercises. and they're the most advanced in our air force. elizabeth prann. >> the muscle flexing continues. reports are u.s. military officials are flying f 22 stealth fighter jets in joint exercise was south korea. the f-22 raptor technology is known for being unmatched. the advanced fighter jet is incredible to radar and air defense systems. the arrival of the f-22 is coming just days after the u.s. trained over south current turf with both b-2 bombers, as well as-- or b-52 bombers as well as b-52 stealth bombers. former ambassador john bolton tells fox news the u.s. main land should not be as concerned as north korea's neighboring countries such as south korea and japan. he doesn't discredit the possibility of future violence in that region. >> i think these thre
lane of the washington post. kim jong un was quoted friday as ordering missile units to be ready to strike the u.s. and south core remarks. >> the photo was released. kim meeting with top north korean generals with a chart showing the trajectory of the missiles hitting major american cities. bill, what is kim's game? >> who onos but it is not good. they murdered, starved mels of their own people that regime and how to proliferated nuke weapons. the israeli strike on the syrian nuclear plant in 2007 that was given to them by north korea. even if you discount north korea, they are containable, they with proliferate weapons of mass destruction and guess what, iran and north korea have h historic relationships and north korea is short of cash and could sell the weapons to terrorist groups. the threat of north korea is very real. >> chris: whey do you think he is ratcheting up attention? >> helps secure his situation at home. maybe that is true. but the degree to which, you know, he might think he is playing cute games like his father and grandfather did i guess and he can pull back a
's in a state of wore against south korea. the announcement came after a call by kim jong-un to put walking units on standby. the it's believed it's aimed to draw the white house into talks. >> people to be evacuated phloem eiffel tower after an anonymous caller made a threat. >>> a school bus aide is arrested in florida after she was caught on video harassing a five-year-old child with disabilities. some of you may find this individual joe -- video disturbing. [shouting] >> ama: school bus surveillance video shows the 37-year-old woman repeatedly attacking the boy. happened while the child rode the bus to and from school. police were alerted to the situation by school security and the department of children and families. mcpherson is charged with stalking the child, bull using the child, yelling at him, and threatening him, bringing him to tears. >>> still to come at 11:00. why so many drivers still haven't gotten the message about the changes on the golden gate bridge. >>> why it's going to cost you more to do a little shopping in some parts of the bay area next week. >>> the modern chang
seriously. north korea says it is in a state of war against south korea. this follows kim jong un to put strategic rockets on standby. they believe they want to boost the leader's image. >> thousands lined up and all patients of a dentist to may have infected them with hiv or hepatitis. 7,000 patients were mailed a letter warning them they may have been exposed to the virus because of unsanitary conditions. >> the news was about a dentist and dirty equipment and there was name at the end and i said what? >> i didn't see any evidence of what they are saying. he was very nice, but i didn't know what i was exposed to. >> carolyn: take a look at this piece of equipment. it's an autoclave it's one like this. it sterilizes instruments and supposed to be tested monthly. this one had not been checked in six years. lisa argen is off on this easter sunday and we're happy to have frances dinglasan but not so happy about rain. >> we know rain is on its way but we are looking for the breaks for you that plan on easter egg hunts or the parade. i'll have the details. we are waking up to grey skies but
and unpredictable leader kim jong-un called an urgent meeting. part of the steadily escalating rhetoric here. unlike in the past, the u.s. has pushed back hard. flying two nuclear-capable stealth bombers on a practice run last week, just 50 miles from north korean coast. a part of force, u.s./south korean count ter provok case. >> we hope to never to have to put those plans into effect. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence doesn't believe that north korea has a nuclear weapon that fits atop a missile. they do have missiles that could possibly hit hawaii or alaska. while an attack on the united states is highly unlikely, the fear here in seoul is that these dangerous provocations could lead to conflict. >> all right, thank you, martha. >>> in other news this morning, crews are in arkansas are racing to clean up a major oil spill. the oil spill when an ole pipeline ruptured outside of little rock on friday. about half the oil has been recovered so far. >>> hundreds of people lined up in oklahoma to get tested for hepatitis and hiv, as many as 7,000 may have been exposed to the disease by their doctor, dr. s
rhetoric, threatening to rain death and destruction on the u.s. and south korea, kim jong un seems to have taken a day off. perhaps the north korean leader ran out of things to say. north korea had warned saturday that the korean peninsula had entered what it called a state of war and threatened to shut down a border factory complex that's the last major symbol of interkorean cooperation. in fact, the peninsula has been in a technical state of war for 60 years. for all the rhetoric including a vow to launch a nuclear strike on the u.s., experts believe a full-sized conflict is extremely unlikely. but the growing tensions during which the north has renounced an armistice and cut lines across have raised fears here that a misjudgment between the sides could lead to a clash which could easily escalate. don't forget, also, that the u.s. has just under 30,000 troops stationed here. for its part, the white house said this weekend that the u.s. is taking the new threat seriously but also noted that pyongyang does have a history of bellicose rhetoric. richard? >> ian williams, thank you so much. n
came after north korea's young, unpredictable and volatile leader kim jong-un called an urgent meeting to order the nation's strategic rocket units on standby. part of the steadily escalating and dangerous rhetoric here. unlike in the past, the u.s. has pushed back hard. flying two nuclear-capable stealth bombers on a practice run last week, just 50 miles from north korea's coast. a show of force that's a part of the new so-called u.s./south korean counter provocation plan. >> we hope to never to have to put those plans into effect. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence doesn't believe that north korea has a nuclear weapon that fits atop a missile. but that's what they have been looking to perfect. they do have missiles that could possibly hit hawaii or alaska. while an attack on the united states is highly unlikely, the fear here in seoul is that these dangerous provocations could lead to miscalculations on either side and escalate into conflict. for "good morning america," i'm martha raddatz, in seoul. >> all right, thank you, martha. >>> in other news this morning, crews in arkansas are ra
korea. the announcement following a meeting called by kim jong un to put strategic rocket units on standby. they believe the threats are aimed to try to draw washington into talks to boosted the north korea leader's image. >>> 7,000 of dentist's patients were mailed a letter warning them they may have been exposed of a virus due to sanitary zblns news was on the radio and it was a dentist and dirty equipment. at the end there is a name and i just went, what? >> i didn't see any evidence, you know, of what they are saying. he was very nice. i didn't know what i was exposed to. >> carolyn: one example is the autoclave in the office like this one. this machine sterilizes instruments and supposed to be tested monthly. authorities say it not been checked in six years. >> it's going to be a wet easter sunday. frances dinglasan is here to tell you when there might be some breaks. it's not an all day event. >> we are looking for breaks. spotty showers right now. as the wet start as we show you low clouds over the bay bridge in emeryville but i'll tell you when, where and how much you ca
raised between the north and south will be handled accordingly. the young korean leader kim jong-un has been highly belligerent since taking power and his government now says it will retaliate against any provocations by the united states and south korea without any prior notice. north korea has of course test fired a number of missiles include one and conducted an underground nuclear test. the u.s. is taking it all very seriously. when a country says the kind of things that they're saying, you have to take it seriously and take steps to ensure what we say in response, we can and will defend our own nation and can and will defend our allies, that's credible. >> reporter: these threats coincide with joint u.s.-korean exercises in the area. >> thanks, steve. >> ainsley: more headlines, a texas district attorney and his wife were found murdered in their house saturday two months after his top assistant was gunned doubt. police say mike and cynthia mclelland had been shot and the door kicked in and shell casings all over. at their murder leaving the neighborhood on edge. >> we were just sh
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